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ACCI blames the government for its failure to standardize transit system

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ACCI blames the government for its failure to standardize transit system

Speaking at a conference in Kabul on Tuesday, ACCI chief Mohamad Qurban Haqjo criticized the government for its failure to improve the transit and ground transport system.

The conference highlighted the issues plaguing Afghanistan’s transport industry, including a lack of standardization, heavy cargo transport services in the country, poor road conditions, insecurity, lack of a proper strategy to address the transport issues in the country, problems with neighboring countries and rising transit fees.

Mr. Haqjo accused the highway officials in charge of collecting fees for earning illegal money by charging extra transit fees.

Meanwhile, the Transport and Aviation Ministry officials blamed the neighboring countries for not implementing the agreements between the nations.



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